40% done with A Confederacy of Dunces

Because of the medieval allusions of the book I kept thinking of peasant revolts against cruel landowners. Of course we mostly know of the successful ones because the others would have ended quite badly for the belligerents. Too bad Ignatius is too dense to be successful because he is on the right track of social upheaval, he’s just otherwise clueless – he can’t even get up on the table to speak. But he is trying.